Register on Editage Insights to get content tailored for you!
1
2
3
4
5
Publication Planning
Getting scooped as a result of delays at the journal end: A case study
Getting scooped is a major fear that most scientists battle. It can be extremely upsetting if an author gets scooped due to delays in the journal publication process. As an author, how can you...
Global Trends
Qatar’s rise as a global research destination
Qatar is rapidly gaining popularity as one of the top destinations for researchers across the globe. The country is trying to transition into a knowledge economy, and is therefore, investing heavily...
Publication Planning
Finding the right journal to disseminate your research
Productive scientists are also writers who, at once, communicate with each other and create the scientific record through publication in peer-reviewed journals. The purpose of this article is to...
Grammar and Writing
Use of pronouns in scientific writing
Novice researchers are often discouraged from using the first person pronouns I and we in their writing, and the most common reason given for avoiding the use of the first person
Publication Ethics
Unintentional copyright infringement by an author: A case study
Authors sometimes have preconceived ideas about copyright. Some authors are under the impression that open access articles do not have copyright. Such a mistaken idea led an author to make an...
Scholastica and Altmetric
You've put your research out into the world. Now it's time to sit back (or more...
My previous institution (org A) where I had conducted my research is currently...

Recent Articles

Under Publications | By Sneha Kulkarni | 74 Views | 0 Comments
Average: 5
What causes peer review scams and how can they be prevented?
Peer review is regarded as one of the mainstays of academic publishing. It is conceivably the most trusted method to weed out invalid and suspicious research and improve the quality of published... Read More
Under Know Your Journal | By Yateendra Joshi | 96 Views | 0 Comments
Average: 5
Angewandte Chemie: Quick facts and submission tips
This post provides information that potential contributors to the journal Angewandte Chemie would find useful. From editorial information and impact factor to some useful links for authors, this post... Read More

Featured Interview

Following a degree in Biology at Yale University, Stephanie Dawson worked at the labs of Susan Parkhurst at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington, and Ralph Rupp, at the MPG Friedrich Miescher Laboratory in Tübingen, Germany. After this, she changed fields and chose to complete a PhD in German Literature from the University of Washington. From 2001-2012, she played various editorial and publishing roles at the academic Publisher De Gruyter in Berlin and was in involved in journals and book publishing in the fields of biology and chemistry. Stephanie joined ScienceOpen in July 2013 and hasn’t looked back since!

What's New in Research?